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Word of the Day 09/29/17 Mickle

Mickle (adjective)
mickle [mik-uh l]


adjective, Archaic.
1. great; large; much



Origin: before 900; Middle English mikel < Old Norse mikill; replacing Middle English michel, Old English micel (see much); cognate with Old High German mihil, Gothic mikils, akin to Latin magnus, Greek mégas

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